Palisades Tahoe

California - Nevada, USA

Palisades Tahoe (formally known as Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows) is an internationally renowned ski resort in North Lake Tahoe, California. It spans more than 6,000 skiable acres and offering everything from groomers to chutes there is something for everyone.

All About Palisades Tahoe

Palisades Tahoe ski area snowfall averages 450 inches each season, offering skiers and riders one of the longest ski seasons in Lake Tahoe and establishing the mountain as a top destination for spring skiing and boarding.

The ski resort features 42 lifts and 270 trails as well as a European-inspired Village featuring nearly 60 restaurants, bars, boutiques, and art galleries.

• Skiable Terrain: 6,000 acres
• Number Of Runs: 245
• Summit: 2,758m
• Vertical: 869m
• Ski Season: November to May
• Annual Snowfall: 1,143cm
• Longest Run: 5km
• Average Temp: -1C
• Trail Difficulty: 25% Beginner, 42% Intermediate, 33% Advanced
• Lift System: 34 Total Including 2 Gondolas, 4 High-Speed Sixes, 5 High-Speed Quads, 1 Quad Chair, 12 Triple Chairs, 5 Double Chairs and 5 Surface Lifts

• Aerial Tram Rides
• High Camp Pool and Hot Tub
• Snow Tubing
• Mini Snowmobiles
• Nastar Racing
• Olympic Museum
• Snowshoeing
• Cross Country Skiing
• Sky Jump
• Dining and Après


  • Terrain

    With 31 lifts, 75+ runs and over 1,000 skiable acres there is plenty of terrain to ski and ride.

  • New Years

    Over the new year’s season there will be free live music all over the resorts

  • Long Season

    Palisades Tahoe provides one of the longest ski and snowboard seasons in Lake Tahoe

  • For Beginners

    Palisades Tahoe boasts one of the regions only mountain-top beginner areas

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